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situation we can't wait so it's a case by case. in terms of that specific item i'm not expressing on opinion whether it's a good or bad thing i've supported the business in the past i know we have a lot of nonprofits when and workers in the nonprofits that could benefit from a cost of doing business adjustment our nonprofit partners in an absolutely essential part of the work and the services we provide and help provide as a city. with that said, what does make me uncomfortable about the resolution it is lesbian the nicaragua substance whether to the some point in this year we should do a cost of living adjustment it's more about the fact we just adapted our budget
the mayor signed it i can't remember last week he signed is and the resolution was introduced i guess the same and it strikes me as uncomfortable we guess through a budget process through the difficulties of a budget analyst report progress making the difficult choices and right as we are approving the budget doing a supplemental i understand the desire to had had supplemental but i i don't like the precedent that it sets. that's not to say you know what might happen if this comes down as a supplemental over the course of the year we'll take that when it and if it comes. i'll say this to those aclu and other nonprofits one of the
challenges we had this year as also in the context of the budget we have a very limit set of funds to work with when the budget comes to the board and it's the way the system is set up the mayor has a lot more latitude in terms of the budget so the budget came to us we had the revenue for our nonprofits partners were larger than i've ever seen them there enormous merit to the transportation and the youth and so forth so it put us in a position where we want to fund as much of that as we can and having to choose between increasing services and the cost of doing business adjustments. i think this year particularly
given the size of many of those apps the board went with enhancing the services so i was hopefully in the future the more organized we can have in terms of the increased nonprofit funding the services as well as the cost of doing business is helpful we want to do right by our nonprofit partners but today i'll not be supporting this resolution >> supervisor mar. thank you >> i'll be supporting in measure and thanks to supervisor campos for bringing this forward. several meetings ago we were confronted with protester who gave compelling arguments in 2007 and 8 the second class
status for the nonprofit workers it's a clear devised of the wealth and increasing the wealthy gap in our city this is the least we can do to prioritize the commitment of the hard working in time workers in the city if maybe uncomfortable since we've golden gone through the budget process as supervisor wiener said but it's our job to comfortable the afflicted so if the in time sectors has not been receiving the benefits we need to help those who are being pushed out of the city and we've heard from the african-american who are being pushed out of the city i worked in the nonprofit sector for decades basically and, that when you can't even put maintain on the table to
feed our family we have to consider that so i'm supportive of comfortably the awe neglected as supervisor campos as laid out i wanted to thank my former union aclu not only for themselves and their workers but for the hard working staff >> supervisor farrell. >> colleagues i'll be brief on the merits people mentioned i don't think anyone in the room doesn't support the continued and last year, we passed out an increase for the nonprofit i felt compelled to speak with my men and women colleagues it is the precedent setting and a half i hope this self-become something we do every year with the intent to supplement down
the road i understand why we're here tonight but understanding where we are and look forward to putting this behind us. >> my further discussion. roll call vote and on item 65 marry supervisor mar. supervisor tang no. supervisor wiener. no. supervisor yee. supervisor avalos. supervisor breed. no. supervisor campos. president chiu. supervisor cohen. supervisor farrell. no. supervisor kim. there are 7 i's and 4 nos per the resolution it adapted and madam clerk could you read our end memoriams. today's meeting will be adjourned in memory of the following individuals on behalf of of the president chiu ms.
jane kim write and supervisor kim for the late mr. mark anthony >> with that, i want to thank sfgovtv for their coverage with mel and tholg and with that colleagues wish everyone a wonderful recess and next open september 2nd michelle's. there's no further business. . ladies and gentlemen, we're adjourned.
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